15:35 Limerick Sun 14 October 2018
131-rated handicap chaser and is just one from eight over hurdles. First time cheekpieces unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Won only point to point start and has shown some ability in two starts in bumpers. Won a Bellewstown maiden hurdle on his second start over timber and expected to continue improvement here.
Modest 122-rated handicap chaser, who is not getting any younger and is unlikely to add to his two hurdle wins here in first time blinkers.
Course winner who won over this trip at the Listowel harvest festival last month in a competitive handicap chase. Second of 12 at Bellewstown over 3m in August. Market likely to be informative.
One from 13 over hurdles and hasn't had the easiest of passages for his new yard, finishing 15th of 17, falling at the second last time out, tied with a couple of non-appearances, lame and unsuitable ground. Interesting trainer takes the ride.
Nothing of note since winning a Cork maiden hurdle over this trip in January. Could be coming down to a workable mark but best watched here.
20-race maiden usually seen plying his trade around Galway. Not much to shout about in a couple of spins since returning to action in July.
Not much to shout about in three maiden hurdle starts since returning to the track following a 14-month lay off, before landing a Killarney 2m4f contest on handicap debut when last seen in August. Tough ask off 10lb higher mark.
Plenty to like about his two seasonal starts to date at Roscommon and Ballinrobe when running well in defeat. Remains open to improvement.
Last Year's Winner
|Crown Of Gold||8||10-11||9/1|
|T: J H CullotyJ: A E Lynch|
The Big Lense (2/1), The Gatechecker (9/2), Platinum Empress (9/2), Offshore Oscar (11/2), Ask Nile (7/1), Guided By You (7/1), Georges Conn (12/1), Cappacurry Zak (14/1), Odit (25/1), Riverrainshine (33/1), Aranhill Chief (66/1)
- The Big Lense
- The Gatechecker
- Platinum Empress
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